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Thursday, November 27, 2003
Jack Straw greeted with rockets in Baghdad
MANAMA, NOV. 26.Iraqi resistance forces fired rockets last night at the compound where the visiting British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, who arrived on an unannounced visit to Baghdad was staying, setting of sirens and forcing helicopters to ...
Efforts on to resume talks with N. Korea
SINGAPORE, NOV. 26.Efforts to resume the six-party talks on the North Korean nuclear weapons `programme' intensified today, although Pyongyang's latest disposition remained unclear in the specific context of the latest decision by an ...
Democrats pooh-pooh Bush ad campaign
WASHINGTON, NOV. 26.The first campaign ad of the Grand Old Party, which was primarily intended to bring out the leadership qualities of the President, George W. Bush, especially as it related to tackling terrorism, has been pounded by the ...
Hardliners may gain in Ulster poll
LONDON, NOV. 26. The twice-postponed elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly were being held today amid a strong possibility of moderate groups on both sides of the sectarian divide losing ground. If that were to happen the peace process, ...
India & World
Jamali hopes to meet Vajpayee
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 26. The Pakistan Prime Minister, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, has expressed the hope that the latest confidence building measures between India and Pakistan, including the ceasefire declared on Tuesday, will pave the way for a ...
Moscow fire kills Chennai girl
MOSCOW, NOV. 26.One Indian student died, another is missing and six are in hospital following the fire that gutted a dormitory of the Patrice Lumumba Friendship University in Moscow on Monday. Lakshmi, a Chennai girl, was charred to death in the ...
'Better Indo-Pak. ties will promote peace'
SINGAPORE, NOV. 26. China has said that a greater level of "trust" and "better relations" between India and Pakistan would not only serve the interests of the two South Asian countries and their peoples but also be "conducive to regional peace ...
U.S. welcomes ceasefire decision
WASHINGTON, NOV. 26. The United States has welcomed the decision of India and Pakistan to observe a ceasefire along the Line of Control in Kashmir and in the Siachen glacier. "The addition of Siachen is a significant development that reflects ...
Russia hails ceasefire
MOSCOW, NOV. 26. Russia has welcomed the ceasefire announced by India and Pakistan along the Line of Control. The Russian Foreign Ministry today expressed the hope that "implementation of this agreement, as also of earlier initiatives put ...
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